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Physician: Hospitalist Block Schedule for Established Program near Pittsburgh JOB-2359518

Join an established and well respected hospitalist program in a 300 bed regional medical center about 35 miles from downtown Pittsburgh. It has support staff and specialists.
The Hospitalist program is expanding from 14 hospitalists. It will be a block schedule of 7 on 7 off with other hospitalists. The schedule is 12 hour shifts. A combination of day and swing shifts. No call or having to respond back after the shift is over.
Open ICU but no procedures as that?s covered by specialists available 24/7. There are 2 mid-levels during the day shift for assistance with patient volumes. The ED covers the codes.
Reasonable patient census of 15-18.
Can also have an option to pick up extra shifts for more compensation if desired during the 7 off.
If you are interested in this Hospitalist opportunity or others like it CompHealth can help. Apply Now. Contact Gary Nishizaki at direct # 800-365-8901 or send CV to CompHealth to be considered.
JOB-2359518Quick Facts:A secure and stable Hospital employed position in the Pittsburgh areaOpen to IM or FM Residency trained physicians to see all adult inpatientHighly desired block schedule with lots of time off for personal time or pick-up extra shiftsLarge Hospitalist group with excellent hospital and specialty supportCompetitive base salary and RVU bonus incentivesFull hospital benefits package and relocation assistancePopular community is only 35 miles from downtown PittsburghArea has excellent school systems with both public and many private schools available in the area.Benefits:Our services are free for youWe help negotiate your salary and contractWe coordinate interviews and help with licensesSpecialized recruiters match your career preferencesExperienced support teams take care of every detail

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